I happen to know from my friend that the passwords were indeed all salted (which I even mentioned later in that thread), so I was curious about why people give credit to a bunch of characters posted on pastebin. I'm also pretty far from being a security expert so I couldn't tell by just looking at it for a few second, and If I don't see through something immediately, I always ask people who might know better. I think there is no shame in that, and I don't even want to know what kind of bad intentions you might have when you bring up such a subject" I can't tell you but it was something quad core with a g92 based nvidia card (iirc a 9400+9800GTX), but I obviously didn't try to run it on a Pentium3 or on a badly configured PC just to have basis for complaining later on the Internet. I build PCs and sell them, so I never have one for a long time except my own PCs which are usually only for messing with the OS, for watching movies or browsing the internet and that kind of stuff, (or to play games like chess or quake, indie games or old console games on emulators which are not require a fast computer), so I don't remember but I know that i had 10-15fps spikes when the code crapped itself. I also worked as a game developer a very long time ago, and yes, my knowledge is probably obsolete by now, but I can still tell when I see a shitty code. Rockstar makes awesome game designs, and GTA3 or 4 was a lot of fun, I loved them, but the code was an abomination in both. It's like the NFS series, choppy and unresponsive, it will never run well, no matter what hardware you might have.